Tuesday, July 20, 2010
Check out the short article on Michigan English by Richard Bailey, posted last week. Take a gander (sorry for the pun), you'll learn something. But for cry-eye, we here in Wisconsin use some of these terms, too. Dick mentions that Wisconsinites also know what it means to shine deer. We also may eat a pasty (rhymes with nasty), paczki (pronounced like punch-key, although that pronunciation might start a debate), and bagas. But help the poor on Halloween - that's all yours, Michigan.
Picture from Myles Teddywedgers, right on State Street in Madison.
Posted by Luanne at 12:09 AM